Join us for our first meetup in the Fort Worth area on Tuesday, June 4 at the W.G. Thomas Coliseum. We'll have more information on the agenda coming soon, so save the date for now.
6:00pm - doors open, food & beverages will be provided.
6:30pm - Talk on Observability with Elasticsearch (time for q&a)
7:15pm - Looking for a second speaker!
8:00pm - We'll wrap things up
Observability with Elasticsearch
Elasticsearch, the leading search engine and real-time analytics platform, can scale to hundreds of nodes and easily accommodate huge amounts of data while still preserving sub-second query latency. This talk provides an overview about the observability story on top of the Elastic Stack (ELK).
The ELK stack is widely used to store logs from operational systems. But we can do way more than that! Over time users started putting metrics into Elasticsearch, and Elastic introduced Metricbeat for automated collection of metrics. Similarly, uptime data has been a highly valued type of data alongside logs and metrics. Now Elastic APM (Application Performance Management) was introduced to add tracing directly to an application.
We will go through all these pieces in the talk and show some demos on how those work in practice. How can you then, “observe” and “act on” your production system with the Elastic Stack.
Satish Bomma, Solutions Architect at Elastic (
Over 20 years of IT experience in Telecom (OSS/BSS), Retail (Merchandising and Loyalty Management) and Government (Data Analytics and Big Data in DOD, DOE, Civilian Departments).
Last job, worked as a Solutions Engineer at Hortonworks. Worked on various use cases around big data including Data Analytics, Data Engineering (Data in Motion with Kafka, NiFi). Search with Lucene, Solr and Elastic.
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We're looking for folks to present about your Elastic Stack stories, be it a 5-10 minute ⚡lightning talk⚡ or a 25-45 minute presentation with Q&A.
Our Speaker Guide  is full of tips on giving a stellar presentation. If you’re interested visit the elastic/call-for-meetups repo  or reach out to us at email@example.com.